I have neglected my blog (since May!), and now that we are mid-summer, FlowersFlowers is very busy and focused on weddings. And, rather than starting back to blogging by discussing wedding bouquets and centerpieces, let’s talk about the guys! I always say that the men aren’t fully dressed for the wedding until they have their boutonnieres pinned onto their lapels.
White ranunculus boutonniere; photography by Erica Rose Photography
I usually recommend that that the groom has a boutonniere that matches a bloom in the bride’s bouquet, and encourage the groom’s boutonniere to be a bit different from the other boutonnieres, whether it’s larger, has additional accents, or in a different color.
White calla boutonniere with purple freesia accent; photography by JPP Studios
As you can see from these boutonnieres, FlowersFlowers loves to have the groom looking stylish. These are a few of the grooms we’ve helped to finish ‘dressing’ by pinning on their boutonnieres; take a look at the lush ranunculus blooms, the clean lines of the calla, and the non-traditional style of the craspedia and fern fronds.
Fern frond boutonniere; photography by Jill Brazel
Craspedia boutonniere; photography by Erica Rose Photography